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BELLINGHAM — He was on his way out. He was ready to hide his clipboard in the bottom drawer of his desk and put his coaching days behind him. That’s what Chris Scrimsher — who was named the new Nooksack ...
LYNDEN — At Fishtrap Creek on Saturday morning, it would have been difficult to spot any young boy or girl without a smile on their face. In addition, you’d also have trouble spotting someone without ...
LYNDEN — When Lynden baseball coach Cory White saw an era of greatness from the class of 2013 come to an end last spring, he knew 2014 would have its ups and downs. The Lions would need some youth to ...
BLAINE — When visitors head to Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, they can enjoy beautiful views, great dinners and a wonderful golf course to show off their swing. However, as of June 6, soccer fans could ...
DEMING — When you’ve had as much success coaching on the mats as Mount Baker’s Ron Lepper, there’s no question some eyebrows were raised when the news broke last week that he was stepping down ...
DEMING — When Ron Lepper and his coaching staff dusted off the football pads and reached for their whistles from the bottom drawers of the equipment room at Mount Baker High School last week, they faced ...
LYNDEN — With the team’s annual football camp at Eastern Washington University scheduled for June 18-21, Lynden began its preparations for camp, and the fall, opening spring practices last week. From ...
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CHENEY — It was just two years ago that Meridian javelin thrower Kaleb Heezen had a forgettable performance at the 1A tri-district meet. Heezen, and Trojans track coach Patrick Ames, knew he had had ...
CHENEY — For local track athletes, the dream is to capture a state championship at some point in their careers. High schoolers work hard for four years to hoist a gold medal at the state meet. For Lynden ...